re: How long does it typically take to be productive in a new job? VIEW POST


It depends, another perspective is with a terrible client.

I met a client that likes to slot in extra tasks in the middle of a sprint, the productivity definitely affected from time to time. One of the funny examples is he blamed me for a malfunction feature on the brownfield project without any evidence and expected the guilty will bring more productivity. Obviously he didn't know that previously I have taught my superior how to use git blame when a colleague blames on me.

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